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... on to Penang. We look forward to being "tourists", and taking time to reflect on our two months in New Zealand and Australia. We are humbled by what we have learned, grateful for the people who have helped us along the way, awestruck where we have stood and what we have seen. Thank you Barbara, Ondrea, Reuben, Alfie, Clive, Joyce, Buddy, Lilly, Jacquie, Shane, Bear and Molly for welcoming us into your homes and your lives. We could not have experienced what we did if not for ...
... to wait until New Zealand to fish. Once we finished lunch we hit the road again. With no real destination in mind we continued north along the coast taking in all the beautiful views and terrain. Eventually, we decided to start making our way to Newcastle as our "Australia" book told us that it had a port 4 times larger then Sydney and was known for its waterfront walks and restaurants. Newcastle it is! We arrived in Newcastle around 1500hrs, ...
... d for my last meal. Guro was super sweet and shouted (paid for) me since it was my last day. :] We walked around for hours and we were sooo tired so we relaxed for a bit until people started to show up to meet us. Guro and I got ice cream from Cold Rock which is a lot like Cold Stone, and then went in and waited for them to let us into the movie. We had bought everyone's tickets ahead of time just in case it sold out since it ...
... one! I start October 14th and it is at an eco friendly hostel called Samurai Beach Bungalows. Keen to start working for three months and get to know a few more locals. Location of the job is amazing with awesome views! Check out their website www.samuraiportstephens.com.au/
Well I am off! I'll blog again once I am back from my small jaunt I will post some more pictures!
... had no problems sending us to our spot. We again scored a 'premium’ site which is on a hill, next to the camp kitchen with lovely views out over Lake Macquarie. Premium probably means well used though as there was more of the ubiquitous crusher dust gravel than grass – to Mitchell’s delight and our dispair.
Nevertheless we completed our full set up – all, thankfully, but the kids tent as the little tent pegs that we ...
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